Development

Glenn Alsup

Glenn Alsup

Music and Lyrics: Glenn Alsup

Writing music has always been part of Glenn's life. He considers it a godsend, something you can always count on to express feelings that you find hard to talk about. Early on, he studied music at Marietta College and Peabody Conservatory. While in college he developed his passion for Jazz and Broadway show tunes as the house pianist on the Becky Thatcher Riverboat. After college, he toured with L.A.'s #1 80's band, "The Twisters" and one of Hollywood's most pretentious glam bands "Joshua". More recently, as a member of the beloved Central City Opera board of directors, he helped steer the organization to have a greater emphasis on American Music Theater.


Evan Duggan

Book: Evan Duggan

Evan Duggan is a Denver based director, actor and playwright now living and performing in Chicago. Directing credits include A Christmas Show at The Voodoo Comedy Playhouse, Ronkin' it with de la Thwazz at the Roostercat Alley Stage, Dr. Horrible’s Sing Along Blog at CU Boulder, and the film, Romeo and Julet in the Supermarket. He also teaches performance to middle and high school students. He is currently performing in Bangers: Sketch Comedy and The Gobbler’s Knob Groundhog Day Spectacular at The Annoyance Theatre in Chicago.

David Traugh

2020 Musical Arrangement: David Traugh

David Traugh is an emmy award-winning film and television composer residing in Los Angeles, California. Dave teamed up with Mike Flicker, best known as producer of the rock band Heart (Barracuda, Crazy on You, Magic Man). Dave provided his music editing skills on A-list Hollywood films such as "Wild Things", "Ronin", "Permanent Midnight" and tv shows "King of Queens" and ABC's "Cracker". Already an accomplished composer, Dave honed his skills while working with LA composers George S. Clinton (Austin Powers), Elia Cmiral (Ronin, Stigmata) Andrew Gross (King of Queens) and others. Projects soon followed allowing Dave to utilize his expertise in orchestration, scoring and synthesis, resulting in a 2007 Emmy for the CBS daytime series "Guiding Light", as well as a BMI Crystal Award in 2008.